Too much chat for a photo thread. Just sayin'.
-1 for male rider
ok how about a Bablyonian clay cuniform tablet?
'82 Nishiski commuter/utility
'83 Torpado Super Strada ... cafe commuter
'89 Miyata 1400
Soma rush Fixie
'78 Univega gran turismo (son's Fixie/SS)
06 Haro x3 (son's bmx)
Electra cruiser (wife's bike)
looking for: De Rosa 58cm ELOS frame and fork internal cable routing
Terribly out of focus cell phone shot of the new saddle I got for my copper Voyageur. This is outside of my neighborhood liquor store. I stopped to buy a bottle of brown to celebrate the brown saddle.
Nor is there a rule you can't chat too much. But too much is, ipso facto, too much.
Pine Barrens of NJ.
sunrise near a frozen lake, commute
Well, here's a picture of my fairly new to me daily rider parked in the usual daily rider spot along the railing in the living room. Right now it's a cobbled together 1x9 with 8sp bar end shifters run in friction(Just tried this yesterday and found out I like it. I hope I don't turn into one of you old guys bi***ing about indexed shifting. ), mismatched wheels, a MTB derailer, and only a front brake on the chopped and flipped drop bars(They broke, so I turned them into bull horns). It's a work in progress.
Last edited by 3speed; 07-27-11 at 12:16 PM.
there are no rules, just right.
So I'm guessing you are restoring the clay tablet, and mixing in some matching clay you scraped from the back side, for shame!
you know what's so funny about this pic (aside from the shorty fenders)? I was so fixated on taking a picture of the bike I didnt even realize i was on the wrong side of the statue.
Here's an everyday shot. In fact, it's a today shot. I just went outside to shoot it. It's my Bike Friday tandem, on which I've been riding in to work each morning this week, after dropping my daughter off at music camp. My work provides a secure bike cage, but when I ride the tandem, I have to lock it outside because it's too cumbersome to turn around in the bike cage!
And just for Justin, it's a drive-side shot!
Always searching for Lotus literature and memorabilia for use at www.VintageLOTUSbicycles.com, can you help?